Judge rules against Planned Parenthood in this major case that could change everything

The battle over abortion-on-demand is raging in states across the country.

And while the pro-abortion mob has scored some victories, pro-life forces are taking some victories as well.

Because a Judge just ruled against Planned Parenthood in this major case that could change everything.

Planned Parenthood will seemingly go to any lengths, even illegal ones, to promote the wholesale slaughter of children.

The unlawful transport of underage girls across state lines

This includes allegedly transporting underage minors across state lines to get illegal abortions.

But now the abortion mill giant has been caught and could face severe punishment for their alleged crimes.

A Missouri Judge has ruled a lawsuit against Planned Parenthood filed by Attorney General Andrew Bailey will proceed.

The lawsuit accuses Planned Parenthood of unlawfully transporting girls out of state for abortions.

The Judge’s decision came after a Planned Parenthood request for dismissal was denied.

The lawsuit claims Planned Parenthood Great Plains staff, located in Kansas City metro area, were covertly recorded by a Project Veritas affiliate.

In the video, Planned Parenthood staff were caught discussing ways to get an abortion for a 13-year-old girl without parental knowledge.

Planned Parenthood’s attorney, John Andrew Hirth, tried to assert there was an absence of any illegal activities or completed abortions.

But Boone County Judge Brouck Jacobs ruled the allegations were substantial enough to warrant further examination, the Missouri Independent reported.

Project Veritas, made famous for its undercover investigations, released the video last December. 

The video shows a man, posing as an uncle, seeking an abortion for his niece, and interacting with Planned Parenthood staff who suggest he bypass parental consent by traveling out of state to one of their Kansas clinics.

It happens every day 

When the man asked about how often minors are taken out of state for abortions, a Planned Parenthood employee responded matter-of-factly that it occurs “every day.”

Planned Parenthood Great Plains tried to get the case dismissed right after it was filed.

Erin Thompson, general counsel for Planned Parenthood Great Plains, stated that their defense would aggressively challenge the allegations.

She went on to say that they were based on hypothetical situations involving non-existent patients.

During a hearing on the lawsuit earlier this month, the Attorney General’s office pointed out Missouri’s laws against aiding minors in obtaining abortions without parental consent. 

Kathryn Monroe, who was representing the state of Missouri, argued that the Planned Parenthood staff’s reactions to the hypothetical scenarios posed by the undercover reporter proved a readiness to act unlawfully.

Planned Parenthood responded by claiming it doesn’t provide or facilitate transportation for any abortion procedures across state lines. 

The organization also claimed Missouri law neither prevents minors from seeking abortions in other states nor require parental consent for such actions. 

But Kansas law does impose such restrictions.

In June 2022, Missouri’s trigger law went into effect which outlawed most abortions within the state.

And last month, Missouri Governor Mike Parson signed House Bill 2634, prohibiting the use of public funds, including Medicaid, to abortion providers.

“This is the beginning of the end for Planned Parenthood in the state of Missouri,” Bailey said in a statement.

In March, Bailey announced legal action against Planned Parenthood Great Plains as part of a multi-year campaign to try and drive Planned Parenthood from the Show Me State. 

The suit was to prevent the nation’s largest abortion mill from transporting minors out of state for abortions without parental consent.

In an interview with The Christian Post, Bailey said Planned Parenthood had a history of refusing to comply with Missouri state law. 

“We are not going to let this go,” he said. “This is a lawless cult of death that is committed to their willful refusal to comply with state statutes.”

Pro-Life Press will keep you up-to-date on any developments to this ongoing story.

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